291 Works

Praeludium #4 for Organ

Anthony J. Elia
These short preludes (Lat. “praeludia”) are written for solo (pipe) organ. The composer aimed at composing at least 25 “praeludia” for this particular set during the summer of 2013. Unless otherwise indicated, tempi may be taken at the discretion of the performer.

Praeludium #9 for Organ

Anthony J. Elia
These short preludes (Lat. “praeludia”) are written for solo (pipe) organ. The composer aimed at composing at least 25 “praeludia” for this particular set during the summer of 2013. Unless otherwise indicated, tempi may be taken at the discretion of the performer.

Praeludium #10 for Organ

Anthony J. Elia
These short preludes (Lat. “praeludia”) are written for solo (pipe) organ. The composer aimed at composing at least 25 “praeludia” for this particular set during the summer of 2013. Unless otherwise indicated, tempi may be taken at the discretion of the performer.

Praeludium #12 for Organ

Anthony J. Elia
These short preludes (Lat. “praeludia”) are written for solo (pipe) organ. The composer aimed at composing at least 25 “praeludia” for this particular set during the summer of 2013. Unless otherwise indicated, tempi may be taken at the discretion of the performer.

Sonata #1 for Horn and Piano (1st Movement Score)

Anthony J. Elia
The first movement of the Sonata #1 for Horn and Piano was written in July 2013. The individual horn part is also available on Academic Commons.

String Octet #2 (2nd Movement SCORE)

Anthony J. Elia
The String Octet #2 was written during the summer of 2013. A previous String Octet was written in recent years, but not fully completed. The present work was written for various string-playing colleagues and friends, including Maureen Murchie (violin), Vita Wallace (violin), Sona Hairabedian (‘Cello), and Judy Donn (‘Cello). The work is in three movements, and both full scores and individual parts are all available on Academic Commons. Tempi and dynamics may vary at discretion...

String Octet #2 (3rd Movement SCORE)

Anthony J. Elia
The String Octet #2 was written during the summer of 2013. A previous String Octet was written in recent years, but not fully completed. The present work was written for various string-playing colleagues and friends, including Maureen Murchie (violin), Vita Wallace (violin), Sona Hairabedian (‘Cello), and Judy Donn (‘Cello). The work is in three movements, and both full scores and individual parts are all available on Academic Commons. Tempi and dynamics may vary at discretion...

String Octet #2 (1st Movement~VIOLA 2)

Anthony J. Elia
The String Octet #2 was written during the summer of 2013. A previous String Octet was written in recent years, but not fully completed. The present work was written for various string-playing colleagues and friends, including Maureen Murchie (violin), Vita Wallace (violin), Sona Hairabedian (‘Cello), and Judy Donn (‘Cello). The work is in three movements, and both full scores and individual parts are all available on Academic Commons. Tempi and dynamics may vary at discretion...

String Octet #2 (2nd Movement~Viola 2)

Anthony J. Elia
The String Octet #2 was written during the summer of 2013. A previous String Octet was written in recent years, but not fully completed. The present work was written for various string-playing colleagues and friends, including Maureen Murchie (violin), Vita Wallace (violin), Sona Hairabedian (‘Cello), and Judy Donn (‘Cello). The work is in three movements, and both full scores and individual parts are all available on Academic Commons. Tempi and dynamics may vary at discretion...

String Octet #2 (2nd Movement~'Cello 1)

Anthony J. Elia
The String Octet #2 was written during the summer of 2013. A previous String Octet was written in recent years, but not fully completed. The present work was written for various string-playing colleagues and friends, including Maureen Murchie (violin), Vita Wallace (violin), Sona Hairabedian (‘Cello), and Judy Donn (‘Cello). The work is in three movements, and both full scores and individual parts are all available on Academic Commons. Tempi and dynamics may vary at discretion...

String Octet #2 (2nd Movement~'Cello 2)

Anthony J. Elia
The String Octet #2 was written during the summer of 2013. A previous String Octet was written in recent years, but not fully completed. The present work was written for various string-playing colleagues and friends, including Maureen Murchie (violin), Vita Wallace (violin), Sona Hairabedian (‘Cello), and Judy Donn (‘Cello). The work is in three movements, and both full scores and individual parts are all available on Academic Commons. Tempi and dynamics may vary at discretion...

String Octet #2 (3rd Movement~Violin 2)

Anthony J. Elia
The String Octet #2 was written during the summer of 2013. A previous String Octet was written in recent years, but not fully completed. The present work was written for various string-playing colleagues and friends, including Maureen Murchie (violin), Vita Wallace (violin), Sona Hairabedian (‘Cello), and Judy Donn (‘Cello). The work is in three movements, and both full scores and individual parts are all available on Academic Commons. Tempi and dynamics may vary at discretion...

Symphonic Poem #1 for Orchestra ('Celli)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to composer 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #1 was written with a specific emphasis on harp and flute. (All parts of this work...

Symphonic Poem #1 for Orchestra (Basses)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to composer 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #1 was written with a specific emphasis on harp and flute. (All parts of this work...

Symphonic Poem #1 for Orchestra (Trombone)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to composer 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #1 was written with a specific emphasis on harp and flute. (All parts of this work...

Symphonic Poem #1 for Orchestra (Violins1)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to composer 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #1 was written with a specific emphasis on harp and flute. (All parts of this work...

Symphonic Poem #1 for Orchestra (Violas)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to composer 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #1 was written with a specific emphasis on harp and flute. (All parts of this work...

Symphonic Poem #2 for Orchestra (Violas)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #2 was written with bagpipe in the orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on...

Praeludium #17 for Solo Organ

Anthony J. Elia
These short preludes (Lat. “praeludia”) are written for solo (pipe) organ. The composer aimed at composing at least 25 “praeludia” for this particular set during the summer of 2013. Unless otherwise indicated, tempi may be taken at the discretion of the performer.

Quatuor Pour Temps Incertains (Part 3: Cello)

Anthony J. Elia
The “Quatuor pour temps incertains” is a Quartet for Bb Clarinet, Violin, ‘Cello, and Piano, inspired by the work “Quatuor pour la fin du temps” by Oliver Messiaen. The present work is also in 8-movements, and composed with the same instrumentation as Messiaen’s work. The parts are based on aspects of life, memory, spirit, and prayer, for example, though not directly tied to Messiaen’s biblical inspirations. The composer of the present work first got the...

Quatuor Pour Temps Incertains (Part 1: Piano)

Anthony J. Elia
The “Quatuor pour temps incertains” is a Quartet for Bb Clarinet, Violin, ‘Cello, and Piano, inspired by the work “Quatuor pour la fin du temps” by Oliver Messiaen. The present work is also in 8-movements, and composed with the same instrumentation as Messiaen’s work. The parts are based on aspects of life, memory, spirit, and prayer, for example, though not directly tied to Messiaen’s biblical inspirations. The composer of the present work first got the...

Quatuor Pour Temps Incertains (Part 3: Violin)

Anthony J. Elia
The “Quatuor pour temps incertains” is a Quartet for Bb Clarinet, Violin, ‘Cello, and Piano, inspired by the work “Quatuor pour la fin du temps” by Oliver Messiaen. The present work is also in 8-movements, and composed with the same instrumentation as Messiaen’s work. The parts are based on aspects of life, memory, spirit, and prayer, for example, though not directly tied to Messiaen’s biblical inspirations. The composer of the present work first got the...

Serenade for Flugelhorn and Harp

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is a serenade for flugelhorn and harp, written by the composer in August 2013.

Consolation I: Meditations on the Middle Kingdom

Anthony J. Elia
"Consolations: Meditations on the Middle Kingdom" is a 10-part work for violin and piano, written as a reflection on a trip to China by the composer, during the summer of 2012. The piece was premiered by Vita and Ishmael Wallace at St. Paul's Chapel, Columbia University, on October 23, 2012.

Consolation II: Meditations on the Middle Kingdom

Anthony J. Elia
"Consolations: Meditations on the Middle Kingdom" is a 10-part work for violin and piano, written as a reflection on a trip to China by the composer, during the summer of 2012. The piece was premiered by Vita and Ishmael Wallace at St. Paul's Chapel, Columbia University, on October 23, 2012.

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